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How to Save the Most on Your Disneyland Vacation

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How to Save the Most on Your Disneyland Vacation Whether you’re planning a summer getaway or a holiday trip, it’s always good to start thinking about your next Disneyland Resort vacation. Luckily, we’ve partnered with Get Away Today to give you our top money saving tips for your next trip to The Happiest Place on […]

Spring in to Cleaning

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Spring in to Cleaning When the weather starts to warm up, it’s a sign to let the fresh air in and open your windows — as well as your cleaning supplies cabinet. Cleaning typically isn’t on our top favorite things to do list (unless it is, then more power to you! You are an inspiration […]

Meet the Great Basin Leadership Team

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Meet the Great Basin Federal Credit Union Leadership Team   Jennifer Denoo – President/CEO Jennifer joined Great Basin Federal Credit Union as a teller in 1994. She worked in a variety of positions including loan officer, human resources and collector before becoming the collections manager in 1999. In 2004, she was named the credit union’s […]

6 Things to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

We’ve all heard of spring cleaning, but what about winter prepping? With winter just around the corner (time flies when you’re having fun) now is a good time to begin thinking about what you need to do to prep your home for winter. Don’t wait until the first snowfall and get surprised when your BBQ […]

Surprising things medicare doesn’t cover

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Surprising things medicare doesn’t cover According to recently published retiree healthcare cost estimates,1 a 65-year-old couple in 2018 can expect to pay $280,000 in healthcare costs in retirement. That’s a 75% increase over the 2002 estimate of $160,000. As healthcare costs continue to rise faster than the rate of inflation,2 many retirees find themselves facing […]